Weave an Overshot Table Linen

Learn to weave with an overshot pattern and make a table linen. Using 2 shuttles weaving different patterns, overshot patterns allow you to expand your pattern potential without having to expand your loom. In this class we will discuss overshot patterns and how they function as a weave structure. Choose from a couple overshot patterns to make either one 14” x 40” table runner or two 14” x 20” place-mats. We will be using a simple cotton thread that is a great option for a textile that will be washed.

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Kate Koconis

Kate Koconis is a weaver and owner/creator of L.B.S. Studio. She been weaving and exploring all that the craft has to offer for the last 16 years. She weaves out of her home studio, in Providence Forge, VA.

"I take in life slowly, so I can focus and be there for it. My weaving practice is very similar. Weaving is a slow craft that forces you to really focus on the moment." -Kate K.

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Weave an Overshot Table Linen

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Class Details
November 9 - November 1010 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Days: Sun Sat
Tuition: $170.00
Member Tuition: $153.00
Additional fees apply
Instructor: Kate Koconis
Level: Intermediate